cassj at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 14 00:15:47 EST 2005
Definitely download SoundJam if you can find it. The visualizer in
SoundJam is what ended up in iTunes. MusicMatch is cool too.
On Jan 13, 2005, at 11:15 PM, Ben Fisher wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> Check and see if you can get a version of MusicMatch. Even though it
> appears they are abandoning their mac versions, it still would be
> worth it to get a copy, and they should have something for classic.
> From what I hear it is the only free ripping program for classic.
> I have musicmatch on my dell and it is perfect for ripping cd's, and
> it even supports mp3pro (a really nice upgrade to mp3 with no loss in
> sound quality). The music library is also nice.
> At least on the windows version, it supports transferring mp3s to any
> device. The way to do this is to go View-> Portable Device Manager.
>> Any of you have a recommendation on an iTunes-like package for
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